Classes canceled at Yuma school after shooting threats received
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The Yuma Union High School District canceled classes at one of its schools after receiving threats of a possible school shooting on Tuesday.
The district said Gila Ridge High School would cancel all classes and events on campus as a result of the threat.
"Our number one priority without question is the safety of our students and staff," Superintendent Gina Thompson said in a statement. "In a situation like... read more
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